Ira Moskowitz (polish-american, 1912-2001) Jewish Judaica Lot Of (7) Works

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Ira Moskowitz (polish-american, 1912-2001) Jewish Judaica Lot Of (7) Works
Ira Moskowitz (polish-american, 1912-2001) Jewish Judaica Lot Of (7) Works
Ira Moskowitz (polish-american, 1912-2001) Jewish Judaica Lot Of (7) Works
Ira Moskowitz (polish-american, 1912-2001) Jewish Judaica Lot Of (7) Works
Ira Moskowitz (polish-american, 1912-2001) Jewish Judaica Lot Of (7) Works
Ira Moskowitz (polish-american, 1912-2001) Jewish Judaica Lot Of (7) Works
Ira Moskowitz (polish-american, 1912-2001) Jewish Judaica Lot Of (7) Works
Ira Moskowitz (polish-american, 1912-2001) Jewish Judaica Lot Of (7) Works
Ira Moskowitz (polish-american, 1912-2001) Jewish Judaica Lot Of (7) Works

Ira Moskowitz (polish-american, 1912-2001) Jewish Judaica Lot Of (7) Works
“Storm King, ” 1932, 8 1/4 h. “Last Print, Country Church, ” 5 h. X 6 3/4 w. And “Up the Hudson Cornwall Landing, ” 9 3/4 h. And three etchings, all pencil signed and titled in lower margin, unframed, matted: “Autumn, ” depicts fall landscape with barren trees, ss: 7 1/2 h. X 9 1/4 w. ” depicts woman in landscape with church in background, ss: 6 3/4″ h. X 4 3/4 w. “Arch Bridge, ” depicts panoramic view of mountainous landscape, 2 1/4 h. X 6 1/4 w. All with expected wear including some waving to paper, slight discoloration, some creases and pinholes. Ira Moskowitz was born in Galicia, Poland in 1912, emigrating with his family to New York in 1927. He enrolled at the Art Student’s League and studied there from 1928-31. In 1935, he traveled to Paris and then lived until 1937 in what is now Israel. The couple soon visited Taos and Santa Fe in New Mexico, returning there for extended periods until in 1944 they moved there permanently and stayed until 1949. During this time, Moskowitz received a Guggenheim fellowship (in 1943). While Moskowitz devoted much of his life to the production of Judaic art, his New Mexico period was especially productive of other work. His New Mexico art consists mostly of “Regionalist” subjects depicting both the New Mexico landscape and life within the state’s three cultures. He especially focused on pueblo life. He and Anna also visited and sketched across the border in Old Mexico. While in the Southwest, Moskowitz flourished as a printmaker, yet continued to produce oils and watercolors as well. After leaving the Southwest, printmaking remained a major part of his life and art. But his focus drastically changed as to subject. Later works of Moskowitz depict religious (Judaic) subjects primarily. These works were well received early on and Moskowitz was content to stay with them the rest of his life. From 1963 until 1966 Moskowitz lived in Paris. Shortly before his death, Zaplin-Lampert Gallery of Santa Fe staged a year 2000-01 exhibition of Ira’s works. View more great items. CONTACT ME FOR DETAILS IF INTERESTED IN PICKING UP THIS ITEM. The item “IRA MOSKOWITZ (POLISH-AMERICAN, 1912-2001) JEWISH JUDAICA LOT OF (7) WORKS” is in sale since Tuesday, May 21, 2019. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “43salman” and is located in Collinsville, Connecticut. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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Ira Moskowitz (polish-american, 1912-2001) Jewish Judaica Lot Of (7) Works